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RED CLOUD CHIEF
A. C. IIOSMKi:. TroiTlttor.
i:cl Cloud, Vc!)-jter'c(Uiity.elrask:u
A ut-cklv Jounuil if 'voted to tJic -Intcrfts of
I ! worlrt In" p'uord ami Vuota- county and
:nlj:!wiit t'rrtirj- particularly. Tlio larot and
liut ((juiiijicil paper m.tliu rc;il Kepuhllcan
One 3;:ir, In advance. ...1
.sK nioiitliN. in advance...
"J rial eopv.iA iitontlis) in. advance.
Til kTii iki" lias ihc largest circulation of any
paper In tlicvallej and H X lien f ore the greatest
ailerti-In iiu'dium in tills hi-ctlou. Aihertl1
liu; r.iles acconipauied with adldavit of.hunrn
ein-iilatlon furuislied when re'piented.
Ol It.JOIJ UKi'AItTJIKNT.
Is couiplcti' In cwry particular and liolii; run liy j
.vir. m iiiMires woik done prompuy. j'jticicsun:
vi:m Miv.i'sr, and Koodmirk uanuiteed or no
paj. We will dtiplicitelanje orders at Omaha
!nei". and ir uantntfnork and Mock 10 he :t- i
uood as can he pnicnrtil In the vest. Wo ar
liotiud todens4 all patrons of our job depart
ment. Cle us a trial.
1 IOMCKOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
IT. S. Kxaminiiir,' Surgeon.
Oi i in: Opposite KIrst National
Bank Kcd Cloud.
J)I. L. II. BECK,
12. McKEEBY, M. D.
J'HYSICIAN AND SUKGEON,
Ori'irj Over City I'liannacy
OIlluu lmtirs from '. to I'Ji'.'iii., ! to 4, and 7 to
?bIH;k.s.tsl of court house
. Rod Cloud, Nebraska
ohce-Oi or tho nw posioflice.
i -iD. DENNEY,
'KICD CLOUD, - " NEBRASKA
Cook's druj; store,
attended to day or
PIIYSCIAN AND SURGEON,
J'rofcs.sional calls promptly attended
Office : At residence Cowlcs. 8-51
QILIIAM k, RICKARDS,
Rod Cloud, Nebraska.
Oi-vici: Over City riiarmacy.
K.M.KV. J. L. IvAI.KY
a TTOUXEYS AT LAW.
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Agents for the B. &, aI. R. R. Lands
pRANK R. GUMP,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
RED CLOUD, - - NEB
Ornci: Over the Post,Oflice.
O.C. C.VMC " ,JA8. 1CN xv.
Case & McNeny,
TIORNT.YS AND COUXSKLORS AT LAW
t Will practice in all cdbts of this .Mate
olleelln. as well as lltiatel tmslncs5 careful-
and ellleiently attemled icAbstnicts furnish-
'sd on appllesitton.
Okkuk. Over First National Hank, Ued
"yJLL p.joverman: .
.ATTORNEY At LAW,
RED CLOUD, - -?, NEBRASKA
Office. Over Ferguipn & Co's drug
Coliccton prrtmptiv attended to androrrcf
.munlenee olleitetl. rlentv of inoncv to loan at
ion rate of. Interest. NiT iKiuiuisMoti i.
I., n. 3.'ooro. Prcs't J. L. Miner. V Per
John Moore, Cuhicrj
First National Bank
RED CLOUD. NEB
Capital. - , 75,000.
rranfact a general bar tinjf bstiness. bay and
sell County warrant. AIo County. Pre
:;nct and School District b oadj. Soy and tell
R. K. Moor. n Jfoora.
'1V. C. Mother. R.C.Otca)t
W N Richard
nine HUl. Neb,
Attorneys at Law.
Office in the New Opera House Bloca, Red
, t Cloud Xebrasta,
-' We have first-class facilities lor making farm
loans in Webster and adjoining comities. We
'-k have hadaereml years eaperkace -tn Ue loan
busiueAS in this couutv aad represent several of
f ' th.' bet and most tellable leasing, connaaies
and Inrest the iHnds of a numttcr of private
eauitalifcts no delas nmney u hand, or oa
4 . VerjortnotJe'. lMorewakmBj-warloaHgiv
-..-. -.lt H am siirtuc If jIi mav ua !
:SSU - UttdtmMymar land Mi you wis to renew we
... -. . IL --" MBU kn EX K,aait mm- jw- vm .
fttai vi vk mi a KoeMal rate.
We. are ifco prepared to insarc yr yraferty
a-jaliist.toi hf ire, IHtBtalag er toraadas. the
folio wiHrn;lliteeowpBies: 8friafeM IaMr
V -' ce Hik,M MajfynaseHa ruoetus lawmacc
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Im ah ! hn Iff
.can tw JMttd Mwiday ami vBatariay '
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There is to be some changes in our business affairs
and we wish to close out our stock of
cloaks, we will sell you a
140 Ladies Lamb
40c. 45c. irsss
v DO A LITTLE FIGUERING AND SEE WHAT
THIS AMOUNTS TO-
AVe have many other BARGAINS too numerous to mention.
Ducker's Cash House.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
P. S.-WE WILL NOT BE
Reliable Furniture and UndertakingHouse
Opposite Postofflce. My stock of Furniture and Mortuary Goods,
the LARgEST and MOST COMPLETE ever brought to the
the RepuoLcan Valley and my prices can not fail to please.
" R L TINKER
City Bakery andRestaurant
A. LAUTEJtBACH PROP.
RED CLOUD, - - . . NEBRASKA
Kepa constantly on hand
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THEM LESS THAN COST OF
Wool Pants and Vests for One Dollar
YOUR GOODS AT TitX
Brand dtiTrad to nny prt of the
COUNTY, NEB. FRIDAY. JANUARY
Drugs ! Drugs
Drugs, Paints, Oils
Red Clud Neimtka
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The Red lloud Chief
shall the svrnllow, when tftp dnr rrowt
Swci'P with her rjnjr tmcanlthc lon?vI-
And 1 not an more, not one' airnln.
See with mill" er the land tfiat brought
in" U nh'r
Ah! jet In dream how fair I thee lyiug.
l!oml In tnf beside a sth er tht:
Snht shiidoMA from the cloud are o'er then
Wild Hindu arc woolnp every flower and bud.
Ah! rou Id I jwilnt thy
wood, whoso paths lire
AH through ihc taring
ith shenth tho budi
While overh'nid the teruler leave are sway
ing. Green, with the sildcn yuullsht bhlninp
E'en the dark laurels for the t-prliiff arc dress
ing. Starry white splns arise from every tKnigh,
While underneath the ground h "blue, I
Iliuelnthand celandine are blooming now.
Oh, thoqtlear home thntnrt my home no
Springtide with all Its hop" Is ith thee yet:
That Mill remulns. though all my prlng it
And 1 wjll f.ng It. though m ees be wet.
Four Pictures fnm Life.
oli risrrr ti:ki-.
Mr. Stephen Powers, of W:ishin"jton
cfiimU, Oltio. ha been examinin"; Mjtno
old fruit tree iti his vicinity, and in a
communication to the Country tfcntlt
vinn concerninp; them write- as follows:
A few da ago I became much inter
cted in ome piach trees which Mirpa.s.i
an; other I ever heard or read of in
longevity. They are live in number,
standing in a .single row which runs
nearly north and .south, directly oil the
western brow of a hill about J1.VJ to 400
feet hiirh. Tho hill is the edjre of the
tableland of Washington county, where
it break down into the rich, but narrow
valley of Wolf creek, a tributary of the
Musk'ingum. The wind, .sweeping up
this valley, or diagonally over it. cut.
with viLSt force across the smooth fore
head of thi hill, right when these an
cient peach trees .stand. The oil in
which tiny grow is a deep, strong chocolate-red
M attention was llr.-t attracted to
them some yeans ago by the remark of a
pioneer, then nearly CO years old, that
lie had eaten peaches off them when In;
was a little boy, but it was onlv lately
that I .et myself seriouly to Tind out
how old they are. At my request the
granddaughter of the. planter of them
interrogated his widow for me. anil .ct
down her reply as follows The houe
wa built in lS'5."i. and the barn .ovcral
years before, say ten rears. The c4t'h
tree were set out by Walter Hart up on
the hill long before the barn was built."
This makes the trees -.av 70 year old.
ami I have very little doubt that they
are 75. perhap HO. A settlement wa
madc within a mile of them as early a
1780. The prcent owner of the land in
i Mr. J. It- Sheldon, and he ha lived
in the immediate vicinity for the lat 11
years. He Mate that in that time, ac
cordinir to hi bet recollection, they
have only failed to bear once, and that
was last year. They have every mark
of antiquity. Several of them divide in
to two trunks cloe to the ground, and
one of thee L generally dead and all
the branches rotted off. leaving only a
f tub. But the other trunk is nourishing
in even' cae. All the trets had some
fruit thi year: one bore certainly a peck
all fair, mooth, medium sized seedling
caches. The leave are bright and
lealthv. The trunk, where thev arc
single, will not exceed seven or eight in
ches in diameter a foot above the
"round, the bark i extreme! v hard and
roujrh. black with
hijrhest of them i not above ffitcen
in height, ami they are all worn away
each to a little tuft of branch at the
top. 'J"he largot one fork- alout three
inches from the ground, far enough, it
feerasto me, toentitleittobccon.iderel
one trunk; and a .such I measured it
jut below tlic fork and found it to be
four feet five inches in circumference.
Mr. tfoi)Ii Haward informs n:e that
there v. a a .ecdling apple treo.tanding
near the Beverly dam on the wct bank
of the Muskingum river. Washington
county. Ohio. inm thirty yi-ars ago,
which'ncl to produce an aionihin:r
crop of apples. Mr. II. L now nearly
78. and whqn. he wa about 16 or 1.
snd hi. brotlier ncarlr the Kirne age.
they pickeJ nj under thi tree fifty buslt
els of app.es. covering alout two-thinl1
of the 5pace undt r it." Four-fifth-: of the
apples liad fallen oJT (it was so latr in ;
fall that Jic leave had raontlv dropprd
off) anil a .mall picking had Lcen made
earlier in the scaon for cider. He esti
mated that the three Yielded fully one
hnndrcd bttsfaels of apples that Kntson.
He anil his brother tried to encircle the
trunk with their arm, but coold not
make their hands meet. An ordinarr
lad of 1G can reach easily five feet; othi
tnmkmust havebeca ten or eleven fcet in
cirarmfercncc. kplitdowa aboot SO
year- ao. It Is o known whe it wa
S lantedT The earliest settlement on the
Inkingum was jsode In 178S. It sees
hardlr credible Skat tree planted w
1783 could hare, aboot 1823. atfaiaW
the cnormoos mmt mentioned. It la,
therefore omte probable that it wa
plantci by that eccentTH; ptocerf Joh
2iy.jipleMCCii.WBo ww4 to go to and fro
before there were aay indfenMat. and
plant apple ateds and trees lor posterity.
Mr. iiaywood showed nw two hiaefcr
gjUiflowefs, sow 75 years oM. which
his father proccred tram ,the rifinal
Fotnaxx. aarsery a Marietta. Thn XarjEMt
of ifcnnt nilnantw eigh. Jet torn incba
?nliiimliNiii It if
;- i r ""I
tT.r II 1 iP i I i ' i -, J. j r- .
-lne3a3-Jr-.tri jH J? t
an Ateni tt a tunii i-oiutl enter it. ii
could readily .stand ervet in th h4!m
Still. lotli oi thr-n VOIirrtiMt' tre- are
healtln in atitHarancv, and 4-ach ha- a
!rk or si of iruit at present hanmnijon
it.s tublv brancho. The nmm branches
have all fallen oh", the top i nothing
but a Mnall knot of .-pnuits. Mr. J-h'
Vincent inform nie thai a fen- ears
api there wa a Ptitnatu ru.ct tnv
Mainline on the riirhl bank of the Mask-
uiuui. :UKit ?t nine aiKiv- ivern,
I which was considered the larp-st apple
tnv in tJluo. tn-inj: tlurteeii fivt ne in
cite in einuiuifereiico He di. not n
iiiftnberwha: ittcldel: but from nsioth
cr rtisct in the '.same orchard, with a
smaller trunk, but wider top. his father.
John Vincent onco picked thirty barrels
of apple. Un tho old Dana farm, at
Bel pre. this county, on the north of tho
bank of the Ohio, now .stand an applu
tret? planted in 179'-'. Mill in Injuring. I
(To not know it suv.
New rrottlrnm r.ir t!i WcM.
A l'uget sound iumMmdent writing
to the le'land Lt'tiUr :s TheiHiv
nle of the Tacit'ie (nit have on thrtr
hands .;veral imjM.irt.int problem. to
K)lv .sooner or later. One of the' is
the question of marriage and dhonv.
Unless society ih to Infomo alarmingly
cornipt at .ome oiut.s it is already m.
notably in an Kmncico -the church,
the lawmakerM, and the better uloments
if the conmiunitv will have f hi a
Mroug hand on the ileep, ilark sin of
liorc'. It would not be a bad thine;
nay. it would 1k a good thing, a wis,
useful, and lienevolent thing, if the
pa.stor.s of the coast, from the Mrait of
Juan do Kuca down to the Mexican
frontier, would form a compact to preach
mornim and evening even Sumhir for
the ne.t .six month on the ectcuih pri
cept of the divalogue. for onre in our
hi.-torv letting tho people- know how f.ir
reaching i.s that precept; how authorita
tive in itrt language: how sum and how
terrible is the roult of violating it.
Ha ing mmmH two cnw on thi coa.t,
thoroughly olemng the conditiotiH of
society, from not very fur north of the
Mexican frontier up to this latitude, I
think I am not very far from the tnith
when I say that from all quarters of our
country there have, congregated here,
in larger numbers than can 1 found
anywhere else, men ami women who
nave riNiciv aim cnieny aim wickeuiv .
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living in relation, which are violation
in nir izi oi viuti. nun iumU!hj.iv tu- "
nonoraoie ami unclean, inev are an
affront, an insult to the God-ordained j
institution of marriage, if an institution
can 1k said to Miffer affront and insult. J
I have not statistics at hand to verify j
what I nay. but I venture to asert that i
on the I'acilic slope are livinir to-dav
rec-entlv-publt-hed statement, the ratio!
of siieh nninn 5lirfist- In nerirlv iverv i
community of a few hundred people!
can Ik lounci men ami women inarrnil
the second, third, and even fourth time.
with one. two. ami sometimes all the
preceding companions out of their
graves. A clcrman of the territory
dining one day last week in the home
wherein I write, and earnestly deplor
ing the existence of this clement in so
ciety aid substantially:
"Vlven the woman in whoe hottsu I
am sheltered is livinir with her fourth
husband, the other three walking the
earth meanwhile. It is not pleasant to
wound the feeling of jn-ople, but I have
taken it jon me to preach against the
"And but a few rods from it, ' re
plied a resident of Tacotna. "theru live.-;
a man who ha leen rjiameI to ami JJ-
vorccI from thre' women, one of whom j
has herself be'ii lenllr seiaratl from
two husband-". Moreover, recently thi
man wa observed in attendance upon a
church service at which were present
thoe three women."
A French writer tells this remarkable
inciih-nt of the Frnnc-i'rutan war: A
young officer of the French army was
suspected of bein:; a spy. One "night
his hoiiMj was surrounded by German
soldiers. Seeing that capture was in
evitable, he handed a bundle of j-ccret
dipatche. to his tcn-vear-old brother.
!,;. .iut,.W?- u ,,. iw...,i" .t.
rwf tTu 1 f unit bw rilh at i..a-. 4 -
mm a i- . - i. -. 7 l-'a- m anr-. r. a imiii -i s am -
turn to remain firm, even though ther
should bo killed before bin cTes. Xext
morning the prisoners were frd oat to
beexecn'ted. The bry till refused to
tell where the dispatches were Jnt
then an arnrcMJon of agony psu-l over
his face. The boy opened hu raooth; a
torrent of blood poored oat of it. In
vestigation showed that he bail bitten
off hi tongue, so great had bees hi
temptation to apeak and aare h father
The Danish Goremsnest ha created
a medical cotnaiMion to investigate and
report upon the can of cancer, and
particnlarly the supposed ajeociation be
tween the disease and the we of certain
orts of food, the UniMnce oi worrr.
anxiety, and a drjcMnd aUte of heaieh
m jnviag rise to the mala.lv, and the
atteal to which k i h-trvdiUr.
teen countiac where nWroar of the raiij
road ha a5r-r yet bean heard, and thai
people lire their aneoanf Hreain ha!
raace of the creatf of the entodewcW.J
JmL :cum ?? yft
nioru divorced and nmarnctl couple j rich, both buehdor. without any relaA '
than m all thn remainder of the country. tiv.-. 'ITicr wim morver thdmot.W
including Indiana, the Western Htv'ne,: vote.! friends So givnt wa- their
and Connecticut, where, according to a friemUhft. for meh other ihst il. l.ml
with instruction to biin- them and un- nt T ,7" rF2" n
der no circumstance to tell where tlicv iht,tthl M? ' VIM? .? V"
were. Soon after the voun- officer w P"! ll W rt lw "
p.n-.on of the prisoner, search wa made i V ""y , """ " r7L
for them. The little bov did not denr Jwwjcaler. wtwld vrr h. e.ih.y
concealing them, but reftiHl to reveal mxkft m VtU f ,roaJ IUt, "Tf.
the place His father and brother told ' r R4 $:
ZZT' ."r rS L r mmm mmlr CmfmVmt: J!:9'
mi . i -mr mm nnWnawawn p nnVnvi w' HnNI WnvnHlvnH, flnlMPVVHeV-
VjMfVwaT, "' A ",-. wanaiiSJLnl
"-x.'JSim " Nfc a tii- l4IOalamannal
nawnawnnnnri T" "7in nnf""'r' "J f vbBVH
Mr. William B. Atio. a rU.tt!y a
the morning dawn. rin cm hitj-,tv
ceptlng when !i- k f vwn dudnjf
thu hottest p!U jiutr U vit wrni!lu
hi way from UU home im Kiftb cnt
to 'JCth slrtf t, tbetwv witwnnl to hU
ollhc jut out of Brw.w-ay, and Uioncv,
after an hour". tSn. df Brvxidwny to
hi lower odlct and kwn town to nt
W'ud to ht tiMn-rinrfrntkjn dutlrA.
He alwat walk1-tr h( Hmlth'i ako.
Ho it alwnvt wxll ilt! in n nmn of
more than nx'mi !t-ijfht. with a wrv
fac' and a heu knl., k ratttachti
ami hair weil gra-. ft.l rvhntly o
much preictnipl'xl t' a ! im( ofillri
on to hi urrmiid.ns JVw who ai
him. o hmhIcsI njl uhs.Mi.n- niid J
tdainly attml. tfcc nt- m of jewnU
oeing consjactwn. wtfuNl hnnino hint
to lo one of tfao r. 'it uuwt In tht
world. It i jrid LI- rj Iaew coiurt
from gtnl lir.tt in fritiMe yt-ntv, but
now hu is n j.t4(iTHtr in lit diet ru
plum m ht ntt.r MMiMmtlng in
hi way; nib- it tWiv ? tV -lenity in
his iMiiritig tljt !.ts purtM . woiUd" na
tural I impnrt. fVv oWi. hi hi em
1!ov attend d.-jth eWvlv tw lNIjicr-.
IU ride i. tt iu--r. mH .31 lo-morniw
that which oun b V-iu t-lv.--A" 1
A nw Hdotl 'tti-teikH 'ii urr of a
wide w leotiie. AiCliMtrh tin? Kxit dr
lighteil u ink his sniij.t friMn tho
knightly and romantk? Mhhllo Age,
when ieu. Ih-i wa ir'when' In
foic. h wiu rtnMMit htlly n jk-'l at tlit
jHpIo. 'llio rntwt?u King, WUHam
IV.. ofleriHl hi in tin) 0rUtr four tia
MtriU. with iltU-riiii; xMKs(ffn of tho
ronl rennl. I'hlmnl. how'yvrr, d
clfntHl to neeept It. ltd' hwu ox
plaining to hi v.il H re"ii wkleh
moved htni to ifa: tin diitnUon
lhen wa a kinx-k a,' ts door. A
working-elnsj. Kit! from U neljihlnjr
IkhmI tnt rd. nd. jr-wtni4iig Utihtml
with abttneliol iolct., fcald "niLiUtiu
olfonng from m nothr." Vmir
;ni)ther, child," rrjdhsl thn vi't: "1
thoiight h dlnl lr. -4 nUmui." Xlmt
i true, Ih-rr frjnl, ' aU the glrl,,
and 1 brgj&M )i nt tlw tmm to mftke a
little vnru fur hr jpran1, tmi you imoiu
iu a lHMiuUtul jm, Thct. o tho
fir-t vhlet wlduii huva, bhiiJHl oti
mother" grave. 1 )m . jlucv,l tlitjtn.
.Hid ltk ' to think that .-1 wfjl lh-m to
hr gnetmjj, sJh jxm1
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,,, j. , ,, hutHo$)L xll (U
l.t -mf... .n
in niir. j I
-ar r.'-msui, U n(t
that an order more
King can glri '
ahiabiti than any
Hireh and Hvrt, botJi Inwlltj
weru partner- In mtoinest. lloth wcru
iti lor eiteii oilier innt i im'
,-,.? iUr uilu. ! Imimmtlifti-
,t . i i . ' V
Que dav Hir?rh aiMiixi
iplearcl t tolitif
heailqnnrters in a lerj much cjtcitcd
fram of mind. Ihi was jrahi and
j trembling. ) stafc'd. m arole4Mjulrr
, ing with emotion, that for thri day h
. had notKM-n or Iwnrd un tiling of hi
, bo-im friend. Herts, that !ic. Illrch.
had reaoit in fear that llialx hail mt
with fool plax . Tlie ch W of poliee ra
Tin projHir wap to do. Mr. Hlmrtf.
to offer x liljeraf nwanl to anybody
who will bring back your friend.
"I vlll givii fire Imndnnl tolhir to
anybwlywho bring lxck my dear friend
alive ami well," nobbed HirM;li.
Yon mast try &m braco up. Voti
must flccustonMovn-rlf to tho Idea that
your friend I ik'sd
"lend, tisxiir' AliritrUti Jlirmh. multi"
jjts hair with both hand
Yx. and ou houll prorldu for that
emergency hy offering a rcwnl for Ue
return of ni4 remain."
"Misfa- Voltco." said Hirch, smiling
through hl tar. "I IJ1 yon Tat. Vcfi
anyU!y brins- nw d corpj of rur
friend llexta I baj him ,ji) toHar
lOO tllar. tnvw dan if ha va found
alive" Tan St farms.
Thrj Lore Grvx. V.at Can Fla-M.
'Scaling the fnco?" tmkl afl oOlcer
pretty high. do-n't It? But if It wtrc
: - j a .
tallion started for Colon o& of the awrA
marked for active dctr wtrst crrer !Jmc
walL He carry; bac"fc boJIr lntu i
When I told him he eoM aot ro h
rrkd like a babr and lged so hard
that I told h: to brace tp aad wd
dvt; h:ta a chaacc.
-Hain't I hraciagr heaiM.
limp a a rag. BntJe tntfhd hardi
totfiflea. and two fr w.hepetl him
narchto the beat. Srr4 thtMW I had
to QKch him with ntr. nnrd and
threaten Jo nl htm back In rder!o
krp him goiag. Wht w JtmaUj fA -otfoa
board the boatlatrer jwwa mug
eouape so qsnciciy ami lAonrttgiux, wm -
he wa one of ths he men nt had
the kthnuM, and nerr drank
We hare another caJer. nn kilt-
naan, Tm witHn to lay a any c fceH
1 ovct ths? fntn lfM. TH he hj a v
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